Hotel Palais de Chaillot
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... miles of crops and wind turbines and past a nuclear power station. Managed a good kip.
First stop was Chateau de Chenonceau, built in mid 1500's on the Cher River (for those of you from the Waikato - about the same width and colour as the Waipa River) Occupied by a number of prominent women, all of whom contributed to some addition or other. My favorite, Catherine de Medicis (#2 after Diane de Poitiers) both ex's of Henri II, built the ...
... plane appeared to be asleep. He spotted us and insisted we have some. And damn it was good...... All be it being 2.30am paris time. But we embraced the gesture and toasted to the start of our adventure.
A lot of people told us the French are rude. We have not found this. There is no doubt that this city is beautiful and ...
... top deck that allowed passengers to really see all the wonderful monuments, museums, and general architecture of Paris. We spent a good hour trolling around on Le Open Bus Tour as we had no inclination to get off. In this hour we were able to see, Eglise Du Dome, Musee de L'Armee, Esplande des Invalides, Palais de la Decouverte, Grand Palais, Petit Palais, L'Obelisque, Plaza de la Madeleine, Opera Garnier, Musee du Louvre, Palais du Justice, and Notre Dame. ...
... paddles and balls. I wonder if the double as a place to sleep at night for the numerous vagrants I see on the streets. Old men playing boules, and using a magnet on a string to pick up the steel balls instead of having to bend over. Kids running around in the park as Au Paires watch over them from the benches
Cafés that seem to only sell beer and cigarettes, because that's all people consume there. They are crammed around the tiny footpath tables in a haze ...
... Greek with its columns that support the roof. We stopped for a while as they had a lovely garden out front and the traffic intersection that it was on was manic. So it provided our sore feet and backs a short rest and some traffic entertainment. We continue on and walked down to the Champs Élysées to have some lunch, no more shopping as this street is way out of our budget. We have a lovely lunch with refreshments and then the 3 ...